Castel focognano

Rassina is a town in southern Casentino and the administrative centre of the Castel Focognano district. It is located on the right bank of the Arno, along the state highway that runs from Arezzo up to Casentino. At the end of the 1700s the town was an important market place for trade. Today Rassina, apart from being a well-kept and organised town, doesn’t have any specific features of artistic renown, but it does serve as an attractive route, via the bridge over the river Arno, to other destinations such as Pieve a Socana, a place of ancient memories.

Rassina, administrative centre of the municipality, is a town one could just pass through, but it does however provide the opportunity to visit many interesting places in the surrounding mountains or even within a few kilometres of the town centre.

 

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